And the wheels have fallen off Oklahoma City's caravan. Miami has turned on absolutely everything, Oklahoma City is outmatched, and barring a miracle, there's only one quarter left in the NBA season. It's a 24-point game as the Heat lead 95-71 with 12 minutes to go.
OKC spent 12 minutes being in the wrong place at the wrong time: The Thunder were committing charges, a questionable flagrant, and besides Kevin Durant, who had nine points in the quarter, weren't getting looks. But for the Heat, it just kept falling: Mike Miller drilled his fifth three before finally missing his sixth attempt from beyond the arc, LeBron James and Dwyane Wade kept it coming -- James is well on his way to a triple-double -- Chris Bosh now has 22, nothing can stop these guys now.
Those people who think LeBron James isn't clutch will need the most epic non-clutch performance in the history of professional sports right now to keep that belief alive.
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